VAMC buys VND40-trillion bad debts in January-May

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VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam Asset Management Company (VAMC) looks to purchase bad debts totaling around VND40 trillion (US$1.8 billion) by the end of this month, said VAMC chairman Nguyen Quoc Hung.

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Bankers applaud Govt’s decision to lift ceiling on foreign ownership in banks

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Bankers applaud Govt’s decision to lift ceiling on foreign ownership in banks

VietNamNet Bridge - The Prime Minister has agreed to raise the ceiling on the foreign-ownership ratio in Vietnamese commercial banks from 30 percent now to “over 30 percent”. However, specific figures were not released.

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Low-cost Indian cars not expected to be sold well in Vietnam

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Low-cost Indian cars not expected to be sold well in Vietnam

Analysts don’t think Tata Nano, the cheapest car model from India, would sell well in Vietnam, saying that though Vietnam is a poor country, its people only accept luxury products.

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Low-cost Indian cars not expected to be sold well in Vietnam

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Low-cost Indian cars not expected to be sold well in Vietnam

Analysts don’t think Tata Nano, the cheapest car model from India, would sell well in Vietnam, saying that though Vietnam is a poor country, its people only accept luxury products.

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Low-cost Indian cars not expected to be sold well in VN

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Low-cost Indian cars not expected to be sold well in VN

VietNamNet Bridge - Analysts don’t think Tata Nano, the cheapest car model from India, would sell well in Vietnam, saying that though Vietnam is a poor country, its people only accept luxury products.

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Indices dive on heavy sell-offs

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Indices dive on heavy sell-offs

Shares continued to plunge on May 18 despite net buys by foreign investors.

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Indices dive on heavy sell-offs

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Indices dive on heavy sell-offs

Shares continued to plunge yesterday despite net buys by foreign investors.

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Image: Hanoi’s market over 20 years ago

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Image: Hanoi’s market over 20 years ago

VietNamNet Bridge – Below are the pictures depicting Hanoi’s market two decades ago.

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Suspicious: Flight attendants trade ‘airborne goods’ openly in Ho Chi Minh City

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Suspicious: Flight attendants trade ‘airborne goods’ openly in Ho Chi Minh City

A Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper journalist has ‘stalked’ a number of flight attendants carrying out broad-daylight transactions with dealers to sell the items they purchased abroad and brought into Vietnam as personal belongings.

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Qatari fund denies purchase deal for Korean-invested Hanoi skyscraper: report

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Qatari fund denies purchase deal for Korean-invested Hanoi skyscraper: report

The Keangnam Hanoi Landmark Tower. Photo: Le Quan

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Ha Noi Police uncover three hackers appropriate credits information

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Ha Noi Police uncover three hackers appropriate credits information

Ha Noi Police Department's hi-tech crimes division (PC50) on Thursday arrested three people who used computer networks to steal and sell customer credit information from businesses.

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How much should SBV have to pay to revive banks bought at zero dong?

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How much should SBV have to pay to revive banks bought at zero dong?

VietNamNet Bridge - OceanBank was forced to sell to the State Bank for zero dong to implement the so-called “neo-bankruptcy” deal. What will the State Bank do with it?

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Steve Jobs' business cards sell for $10,050

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Báo Thanh Niên English 1 week(s) ago

Bloomberg's Emily Chang reports that an Australian entrepreneur paid more than $10,000 for three of Steve Jobs' business cards. She speaks on "Bloomberg West."

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Blue chips drag down bourses

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Shares saw big losses at the close of the market on May 12, dragged down by blue chips. Between the two bourses, the number of declining stocks tripled that of advancing ones.

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Blue chips drag down bourses

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VietNam News English 1 week(s) ago 1 related news

Shares saw big losses at the close of the market yesterday, dragged down by blue chips. Between the two bourses, the number of declining stocks tripled that of advancing ones.

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